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It’s the PFT Whiparound

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Since launching the TV version of Pro Football Talk last year, we’ve pasted from time to time some of the clips from the show.

One clip we haven’t previously used is dubbed the “Whiparound,” where Erik Kuselias and yours truly ping-pong with a bunch of news and notes from the day that was.

We decided today that it’s time to start dropping it here from time to time, in the fairly obvious hopes that you’ll decide to tune in for that part of the live show.

Or perhaps for the entire show. It’s on weekdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET, on NBC Sports Network.

Today’s clip includes reference to Joe Flacco’s recent day at the Dairy Queen, and Ben Roethlisberger’s somewhat unfortunate declaration that he likes being the hunter.

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5 Responses to “It’s the PFT Whiparound”
  1. sdsupersean says: Apr 19, 2013 10:43 PM

    That’s the best segment of your show. I wish you’d share it more often. Us west coast folk aren’t able to tune in like the rest of the country.

  2. reaser2 says: Apr 20, 2013 3:16 AM

    Kuselias and Florio both have annoying faces, the type you just want to punch, but it’s a good show. Creates a solid 3 hour block of NFL programming each weekday, PFT for an hour, then flip to NFLN for Path to the Draft and TA. At least that’s what I do.

  3. eatitfanboy says: Apr 20, 2013 10:32 AM

    As much as it kills me to say this, you are actually surprisingly good on TV.

    Ugh.

  4. CKL says: Apr 20, 2013 10:44 AM

    That’s a good segment, and it’s a good show as a whole but I love the out takes the most. Lots of hair jokes and razzing Kuselias for his “Blue Steel” look. It’s fun. I hope when Rodney comes back he’s on them.

  5. dontouchmyjunk says: Apr 20, 2013 12:51 PM

    Sorry Mike. Like 10’s of thousands and growing, I cut the cable cord over a year ago. So unless NBC Sports Network is made available to stream (Hulu Plus anyone?) more and more people never have, and never will see your show… or entire new network for that matter.

    Looks like you picked a bad time to join the crumbling world of cable tv. People aren’t going to pay 100 bucks a month anymore once they realize they don’t need it. (and they don’t)

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